Two Times journalists covering the Syrian war were kidnapped, shot and beaten by a ‘rebel gang’
Edouard Elias, Didier François, Nicolas Hénin and Pierre Torres were held hostage in Syria since June 2013
Javier Espinosa and Ricardo Garcia-Vilanova were seized at a checkpoint near the Turkish border last year
The U.N. body says instabilities associated with the Arab Spring have contributed to the spike in journalist killings
The sister of a Canadian freelance photographer says her brother was killed in the northern Syrian city of Aleppo
Media watchdogs have called Syria, where a war has been raging for nearly three years, the deadliest place in the world for journalists
Ambassador Niklas Kebbon said the two Swedish journalists reported missing in Syria in November have been freed
Last summer, I had the privilege of meeting a group of young Syrian men; college graduates with high hopes, personal ambitions and plans for the ...
Bunyamin Aygun was taken hostage by militants in mid-December
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